Step back in time to Easter, 1935 at Glosser Bros. Department Store in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. The display windows bloom with brightly colored decorations, and the smell of roasting peanuts fills the air. Each child gets a free baby chick for the holiday, and a rabbit comes with the purchase of each boys’ suit. When eight-year-old Owen Talisman gets his free (yet priceless) Easter pets, life with his special new bunny takes a surprising twist that changes everything. Decades later, Owen faces another turning point,
one that could take away his hopes and dreams forever. But his great-grandson, and the magic of Easter at Glosser’s, refuse to give up on him. Don't miss this new Easter classic by Robert Jeschonek, award-winning author of LONG LIVE GLOSSER’S and CHRISTMAS AT GLOSSER’S.
"Robert Jeschonek is a towering talent." – Mike Resnick, Hugo and Nebula Award-winning author
"Robert Jeschonek is the literary love child of Tim Burton and Neil Gaiman." – Adrian Phoenix, critically acclaimed author of THE MAKER'S SONG series and BLACK DUST MAMBO
"Jeschonek´s stories are delightfully insane, a pleasure to read…" – Fabio Fernandes, FANTASY BOOK CRITIC
About the Author
Author Robert Jeschonek grew up in Johnstown, Pennsylvania and spent many happy hours in the Glosser Bros. and Penn Traffic Department Stores in downtown Johnstown, Westmont, and the Richland Mall. Since then, he has gone on to write lots of books and stories, including Long Live Glosser’s, Christmas at Glosser’s, Easter at Glosser’s, Fear of Rain, and Death By Polka (which are all set in and around Johnstown). He’s written a lot of other cool stuff, too, including Star Trek and Doctor Who fiction and Batman comics. His young adult fantasy novel, My Favorite Band Does Not Exist, won a Forward National Literature Award and was named a top ten first novel for youth by Booklist magazine. His work has been published around the world in over a hundred books, e-books, and audio books. You can find out more about them at his website, or by looking up his name on Facebook, Twitter, or Google. As you’ll see, he’s kind of crazy...in a good way. Visit him online at www.thefictioneer.com. You can also find him on Facebook and follow him as @TheFictioneer on Twitter.